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I found it interesting both that the issue is in the forefront of the news in Ghana today, and that there is now an official Gay and Lesbian Association of Ghana (GALAG), with a spokesperson who is not afraid to appear in public. The article points out that Ghana’s heros have come out publicly in support of gay and lesbian rights, “Nelson Mandela said that he considered “homosexuality to be just another form of sexuality that has been suppressed for years”; Kofi Annan, a former UN General Secretary, supported gay rights with a move to extend benefits to the same-sex partners of UN staff; and as well as signing the UN declaration calling for the decriminalisation of homosexuality, Obama also recently spoke at a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride event, describing homophobia as an example of “worn arguments and old attitudes”.Yet deeply entrenched cultural attitudes in Ghana die hard.Before we transitioned, getting interviews – and doing very well in them – was easy.Before I transitioned, I never interviewed for a job I didn’t get.
That it is not something inherently African, but a cultural export from Europe and the Americas.You know the difference between transsexual, transgender, gender queer, gender fluid, and asexual. Some recent conversations I’ve had have revealed prevalent myths and misconceptions about transgender people that we need to move beyond.You know that not everyone wants “the surgery,” and not to ask if they do. Simple definitions aren’t enough: we need to be talking about lived realities.So when the governorship of Kentucky shifted from Democrat to Republican for the first time in 40 years on Nov. Only 30.7% of registered voters actually voted and more than half were Republicans.The math was clear: In Harlan County alone, the difference in votes was 3,000.
So here’s your Trans 201 lesson on 10 common misconceptions. Virtually every transgender person is outed during the vetting process.